TechnoMile Appoints Salesforce Ecosystem Vet Daniel Osborne as Managing Director; Ashish Khot Comments

TYSONS CORNER, VA, April 11, 2017 — TechnoMile has hired Daniel Osborne, formerly managing director at IBM’s (NYSE: IBM) Bluewolf subsidiary and an information technology veteran in the (NYSE: CRM) ecosystem, to serve as managing director, GovCon Executive reported Monday.

Osborne will be in charge of developing new and existing products and services that work to help customers leverage the Salesforce platform, TechnoMile said Friday.

“Daniel’s experience and significant industry knowledge is sure to help him lead our efforts to transform how IT is designed and deployed to serve our commercial and government clients,” said TechnoMile CEO Ashish Khot.

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